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The Guzzle Buddy turns your wine bottle into a wine glass

Drinking wine is supposed to be a genteel, sophisticated sort of thing.

 

5 Gin and Tonic Edibles

Food infused with marijuana might be having a moment, but that doesn’t mean that booze-infused recipes are out of fashion.

 

Restaurants in Cape Town that don`t charge a Corkage Fee

Buying a bottle of wine in addition to your meal can be an expensive affair, but there are a few spots that don’t charge a corkage fee, which means you can splash out a little more on the menu.

 

Millennials are all about brown liquor and brands are taking notice

The days of a variety of flavored vodkas appear to be in the past. Today, millennials are seeking out elegant brown liquors.

 

Spring Special Wine Cocktail

There is not an easier and more delicious way to enjoy the flavours of Spring than with this wine cocktail combining the floral notes or the Leopard’s Leap Culinaria Muscat with seasonal strawberries.

 

Discovering Fresh, New and Handmade Contemporary Drinks

The annual Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair (HMC) is all about design.

 

Australia’s Most Famous Winery Releases a $185,000 Bottle

Billionaire bonus: It comes in a six-liter Saint-Louis crystal decanter.

 

Gin and Tonic Cake | How Sweet It Is

Gin and Tonic Cake makes one large 9x13 baking dish 3 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup unsalted butter, at room temperature 1 3/4 cup granulated sugar 4 large

 

Fever-Tree Premium Natural Mixers

 

Swaan Cape Tonic

And so, while tasting and mixing and drinking a lot of Caperitif cocktails and Gin and Tonics last year we decided to create and produce our own Cape style Tonic Water. Say hello to the Swaan (Afri…

 

Overlooked by the Gangsta Bankstas

First National Blanc should think again about their Sauvignon Bank Competition when the best finalist in their Top Twenty was conspicuous by its absence from the Top Ten. I'm refering of course to th

 

Pendock's Podcast

Sommeliers are flavours of the season at the minute. Here is SA's best, who only heard of WOSA's International Sommelier Cup after it went down at great expense in the gap between Tim Atkin's Needybug